Wrath

“The wrath of God is coming”. Colossians 3:6 Wrath. A heavy, dark, scary, taboo of a word. No one speaks it, no one thinks about it. No one preaches it. But God says, His wrath is coming. IS. Coming. So what is wrath? Wrath is a noun, and an action. It is a term to […]

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Foggy

Most of the time I can describe my moods by simple words and phrases. “I’m okay.” “I’m doing well!” “I’m SO excited!” Or as an 80’s girl, “Totally awesome!” But then there are days where the words just cannot express my mood. Mainly because I don’t even know myself; they’re foggy. They’re uncertain and undetermined. […]

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Whitewashed

I love a good home renovation or decorating TV show. The creative side in me gets excited in seeing something old become new again: a fresh sanding and paint job, a shiny new light fixture, or splashes of color on fabrics. It satisfies my eyes, and gives me motivation and inspiration for creativity and change. […]

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YOLO ✌🏻

I’m about to get serious…with no apologies. YOLO ✌🏻 Imagine a life where you don’t live once. A constant and ongoing life. Let’s call it YOLOF. It’s never ending, it’s forever. A physical life that flows into another. One that is so transparent that it almost goes unnoticed. Slight changes are happening, but really, everything […]

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Things That Shine

Have you ever seen a lightning bug during the day?  Yeah, me neither.  Things that give off light typically go unnoticed during the day. If you turned on a lamp in a room with an abundance of windows on a sunny day, you probably wouldn’t notice it was even on.  They normally go unnoticed unless […]

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Follow your heart?

I have a pillow in my office chair that I bought a few years back. The silver glittery arrow – a popular trend then – was particularly cute and pleaded to be purchased. So, I did. It really served no purpose other than to be cute and fill a needed space. “Follow your heart”, it […]

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Deeper

I sat on the outside edge of our boat looking down into the water. Its murkiness hid what was below it’s surface. I knew there were fish under the glittery-tipped ripples because I could occasionally see the outline of their bodies, but for the most part, I was just looking into muddy water. Sometimes this […]

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